19 February 2010

Farewell to Marion and Dom !

Thanks to all of you who came to Tamarind to listen to Marion, surrounded by her agitated Pirates one last time, a few hours only before she left the Kingdom of Cambodia, heading towards new exciting adventures.
Good luck to Dom as well in his journey.
So long !

Almost professional

The question was whether MP were the most professional group in town: 50% responded YES... while the other half is still in doubt.
Well, we will try to convince you (or not) during our next concerts.
In the meantime, as it seems many of you actually believe what's written in Asia Life, here's an abstract of their reports after the FCC concert :
" The FCC rooftop was teeming with revellers from all walks of life. It seems the entire city had come out to see phnom Penh's favourite eclectic 15 musicians band. The energy level was on overload as dancers crowded to the front and vraned their necks to catch a glimp of the band's pirate costumes".

06 February 2010

Mekong Pirates Unplugged

Soon, Marion (guitar) and Dom (trumpet) will leave the Kingdom of Cambodia.
For one last night, they will play music with friends, especially with their Pirates of the Mekong. You are welcome to hear them for this last gig, for once unplugged.
When ? Friday 12 February
Where ? Tamarind Restaurant (Street 240)

03 February 2010

Party with friends

Lady Penh celebrates its first birthday !
We'll party at the Chinese House on Saturday February 6th with "Kheltica" (Celtic music), "Cacath and the Poporks" (Jazz and more) and... The "Phnom Penh Horns" (Brass section of the Mekong Pirates).
Hope to see you there !

01 February 2010

Chinese videos

The Pirates uploaded for you some footage of the Chinese House performance!
You can almost see and more or less hear them if you just click on the following links :